I have endlessly looked for the answer to this question myself i have found 2 ways one is by buying the software http://www.gamecopypro.com/ and another is by paying for e4wii.com (everything 4 wii) and they have the ISOs ready to burn but i haven't tried neither good luck.
Here you'll find information about how to backup your Wii Games: http://www.wii-media.com/category/wii-g … -wii-games
You can also read my hub on the topic here:
Since a while its possible to store you're Wii ware games on an SD card. I think that news is more important (and legal) than how-to copy the DVD
To back them up on your computer, you need one of only about 4 dvd drives that can actually read a wii disc. Good luck finding one, as they're no longer made.
The more realistic way is to modify your wii via a "softmod". This involves installing unofficial software onto your wii via various hacks and "vulnerabilities" in the Wii operating system. You can then install various pieces of software which will allow you to insert a Wii disc into the Wii, then the software copies the game onto either an SD card or an external hard drive. This software is sometimes questionable in its legality, and its use is also questionable, depending on where you live and your local laws.
Contrary to other answers, ALL of this software is FREE! Those that sell it are scamming people into paying for the software that is freely available. As for obtaining backups, anyone offering to sell (or even give to you for free) a "backup", .iso, etc of any commercially released game is doing so illegally. So be aware that downloading or obtaining backups for games which you do not personally own is definitely illegal. Even creating backups of your own games may be strictly defined as illegal, as the laws surrounding this topic are actually somewhat contradictory.
Another site to look at is http://gbatemp.net and look in the Wii hacking section.
you tried looking at this:
its a good program!
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